Chef Shop

1425 Elliott Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119 Directions
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Report | 8 days ago
Great topics, information, demonstration & having too many questions isn't an issue!
Report | 17 days ago
Great experience!
Report | a month ago
Fun class, good food and wine. Interesting groceries. Good Value.
Report | 2 months ago
it was a terrific class! very informative, food was great, chef was so knowledgeable. I highly recommend it!
Report | 3 months ago
This is a demonstration class, not hands on. I did learn a lot about ingredients, but I missed having that hands on experience.
Report | 3 months ago
This was fun and informative. I will go to another class soon!
Report | 6 months ago
Be ready to learn how to taste food in a new way and feel free to ask as many questions as you need to! Can't wait to try recreating these dishes at home
Report | 6 months ago
Lots of great cooking and ingredient tips--and a fun evening.
Report | 7 months ago
Prepare to learn a lot about REAL food, like spices. oils, canning. etc. I learned more about that than Spanish cooking per se. Not hands-on, more educational. Very interesting.
Report | 7 months ago
Great place with amazing ingredients Friendly staff and true knowledge of their products
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After producing a children's educational video about local produce and healthy eating called Earth to Table, ChefShop founders Tim Mar and Eliza Ward capitalized on their passion for locally sourced fare in 1998 with an extensive online database of artisan farmers and food experts. Today, ChefShop connects shoppers with top-shelf ingredients and produce, from free-range turkeys to fruit from central Washington or Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese from Italy. Before stocking them on their virtual shelves, the ChefShop team ensures each item is raised and developed using time-honored techniques and is run through a gauntlet of quality-assurance taste tests, meetings with farmers, and food fights with the preeminent experts in food fights: middle-school rebels.

Clients peruse the ever-updated inventory for goodies such as sustainable line-caught seafood, decades-aged balsamic vinegar, or rare Sardinian bottarga, filling their kitchen repertoire with handy recipes along with the top-shelf ingredients. Aspiring cooks master a range of cooking styles under professional chefs in ChefShop's cooking classes, ranging from the creation of rich Italian pastas to fashioning delectable small plates and tapas.

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